Pdq Statistics (PDQ Series) Third Edition
By Geoffrey R. Norman and David L. Streiner
Recommended by Rajnish Mago, MD
An excellent, delightful, humorous, and–importantly– short book that explains the gist of what the statistical tests mean without going into the math. This is for us, the consumers of statistics, not for statisticians or researchers. The “PDQ” in the name stands for “Pretty Damn Quick.” 🙂
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